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Artist and Author Cynthia Von Buhler Discusses her Newest Comic Book Series, her legendary parties and more

Artist and Author Cynthia Von Buhler Discusses her Newest Comic Book Series, her legendary parties and more

I was lucky enough to attend the Surrealists Ball that Cynthia Von Buhler artist, illustrator, organizes each year. She has written children’s […]

Living the Beach Life: Old Bull Lee Makes Board Shorts and Shorts for City Living

Living the Beach Life: Old Bull Lee Makes Board Shorts and Shorts for City Living

Old Bull Lee is the apex of independent style. It’s a U.S. designed clothing brand that offers shorts, shirts, and board shorts […]

The Art of the Diorama: An Interview with the American Museum of Natural History exhibition specialist Tom Doncourt

The Art of the Diorama: An Interview with the American Museum of Natural History exhibition specialist Tom Doncourt

I was lucky enough to take The Art of Diorama, a class which is only offered once a year and to a […]

Shawn Perry: Conversations With The Masters: The VintageRock.com Interviews

Shawn Perry: Conversations With The Masters: The VintageRock.com Interviews

Shawn Perry, founder, publisher and editor-in-chief of VintageRock.com, has put together an expansive, Conversations With The Masters: The VintageRock.com Interviews book you […]

Woody Harrelson and the cast and crew discuss the new comedy Wilson

Woody Harrelson and the cast and crew discuss the new comedy Wilson

Wilson is a terrific, new comedy by director Craig Johnson based on the graphic novel by Daniel Clowes which stars Woody Harrelson […]

Please Kill Me. An Interview with Gillian McCain

Please Kill Me. An Interview with Gillian McCain

What is it about the book, Please Kill Me, by Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain, that has enabled it to stand the […]

We Talk with the Hard Rocking and Goth Glam Madame Mayhem

We Talk with the Hard Rocking and Goth Glam Madame Mayhem

Hard rockin’, ‘Goth Glam’ petite Madame Mayhem grabs you by the **** with her unique style and opera-trained voice and never lets go. I caught up with the lady as she stepped out of a rehearsal in her N.J. home state (she was born in Manhattan) to talk about what she’s all about and what’s happening for 2017 for her.

We talk with Singer/Songwriter Aubreylyn

We talk with Singer/Songwriter Aubreylyn

Speaking to nineteen–year-old singer/songwriter/pianist Aubreylyn you learn first-hand what an artist with a singular vision and stunning skills needs to do these days to make her mark. About to embark on a mini tour of the upper north east corridor Wed 12/14/16 Boston, MA, Brighton Music Hall, Thu 12/15/16 New York, NY, Le Poisson Rouge, Fri 12/16/16 Philadelphia, PA, Johnny Brenda’s, Sat 12/17/16 Washington, DC, The Howard Theatre

We Talk with Rob Cimitile of Builder of the House

We Talk with Rob Cimitile of Builder of the House

Our live set uses a combination of acoustic drum set and looped percussion samples. We wrote many of the songs on Ornaments utilizing this instrumentation, so when we went into the studio we made a decision to embrace the mix of acoustic and sampled/looped percussion throughout the album.

We Talk with Gil Marsalla about PIAF! THE SHOW

We Talk with Gil Marsalla about PIAF! THE SHOW

We have produced over 300 concerts in 33 Countries in just two years! So far the best audience was in South America. They are completely crazy for Piaf music. The quietest audiences are in Japan. But, in each country, Edith Piaf is a star and audiences are very expressive. Anne represents her so well that she gets standing ovations many times each evening. Audiences are very participatory. They cry, shout, and laugh with Anne. Piaf! The Show is the best example that music is universal.

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